Day 108: Carmarthen to Laugharne – Lines & Leaves

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Dyfed, Wales
Gatehouse, Carmarthen Castle, Gwent.

Gatehouse, Carmarthen Castle, Dyfed.

Carmarthen Castle, Gwent.

Carmarthen Castle, Dyfed.

Dorsal at dawn, Carmarthen, Gwent.

Dorsal at dawn, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Bascule bridge over the River Towy, Carmarthen, Gwent.

Bascule bridge over the River Towy, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Road near Llangain, Gwent.

Road near Llangain, Dyfed.

Gate, Llettyrneuadd, Gwent.

Gate, Llettyrneuadd, Dyfed.

Road marker, near Llangain, Gwent.

Road marker, near Llangain, Dyfed.

Overhead power lines, near Llangain, Gwent.

Overhead power lines, near Llangain, Dyfed.

Liquid leaves, Llansteffan, Gwent.

Liquid leaves, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Path to Llansteffan, Gwent.

Path to Llansteffan, Dyfed.

River Towy from Llansteffan, Gwent.

River Towy from Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Fallen leaves, Llansteffan, Gwent.

Fallen leaves, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Castle Hill, Llansteffan, Gwent.

Castle Hill, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Wharley Point, Gwent.

Wharley Point, Dyfed.

Scott’s Bay, Llansteffan, Gwent.

Scott’s Bay, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

East marsh, Laugharne, Gwent.

East marsh, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Moonlit camp by the River Taf, near Laugharne, Gwent.

Moonlit camp by the River Taf, near Laugharne, Dyfed.

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7 thoughts on “Day 108: Carmarthen to Laugharne – Lines & Leaves”

  1. Paul Mckee says:

    Hi Quintin, great photos as ever but you left Gwent behind sometime ago!

  2. Sheila Button says:

    love your moonlit camp photo – must have been chilly though
    narrow road too

    • It was cold! I don’t like these narrow lanes as nobody is expecting me to be there – I have a fetching fluorescent hat just for the purpose!

  3. sharonduerst says:

    Eye of an artist behind the lens capturing snaps of beauty!

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